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This is the MIB used to control and monitor the multilink frame relay (MFR) function described in FRF.16.

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This object is used to inform the manager of the maximum number of bundles supported by this device.
This object is used to assist the manager in selecting a value for mfrBundleIndex during row creation in the mfrBundleTable. It can also be used to avoid race conditions with multiple managers trying to create rows in the table (see RFC 2494 [RFC2494] fo ...
The bundle configuration and status table. There is a one-to-one correspondence between a bundle and an interface represented in the ifTable. The following objects of the ifTable have specific meaning for an MFR bundle: ifAdminStatus - the bundle admin ...
The index into the table. While this corresponds to an entry in the ifTable, the value of mfrBundleIndex need not match that of the ifIndex in the ifTable. A manager can use mfrBundleNextIndex to select a unique mfrBundleIndex for creating a new row.
The value must match an entry in the interface table whose ifType must be set to frf16MfrBundle(163). For example: if the value of mfrBundleIfIndex is 10, then a corresponding entry should be present in the ifTable with an index of 10 and an ifType of 163 ...
The mfrBundleRowStatus object allows create, change, and delete operations on bundle entries.
The configured name of the bundle.
Controls whether the bundle performs/accepts fragmentation and re-assembly. The possible values are: enable(1) - Bundle links will fragment frames disable(2) - Bundle links will not fragment frames.
The maximum fragment size supported. Note that this is only valid if mfrBundleFragmentation is set to enable(1). Zero is not a valid fragment size. A bundle that does not support fragmentation must return this object with a value of -1.
The configured MFR Hello Timer value.
The configured MFR T_ACK value.
The MFR N_MAX_RETRY value.
Controls the conditions under which the bundle is activated. The following settings are available: mfrBundleActivationClassA(1) - at least one must link up mfrBundleActivationClassB(2) - all links must be up mfrBundleActivationClassC(3) - a certain number ...
Specifies the number of links that must be in operational 'up' state before the bundle will transition to an operational up/active state. If the number of operational 'up' links falls below this value, then the bundle will transition to an inactive state ...
The maximum delay difference between the bundle links. A value of -1 indicates that this object does not contain a valid value
Controls whether the standard FRF.12 12-bit sequence number is used or the optional 24-bit sequence number.
The maximum number of bundle links supported for this bundle.
The number of links configured for the bundle.
The number of links that are active.
The amount of available bandwidth on the bundle
Name of the bundle received from the far end.
A count of the number of resequencing errors. Each event may correspond to multiple lost frames. Example: Say sequence number 56, 59 and 60 is received for DLCI 100. It is decided by some means that sequence 57 and 58 is lost. This counter should then b ...
A table mapping the values of ifIndex to the mfrBundleIndex. This is required in order to find the mfrBundleIndex given an ifIndex. The mapping of mfrBundleIndex to ifIndex is provided by the mfrBundleIfIndex entry in the mfrBundleTable.
Each row describes one ifIndex to mfrBundleIndex mapping.
The mfrBundleIndex of the given ifIndex.
The bundle link configuration and status table. There is a one-to-one correspondence between a bundle link and a physical interface represented in the ifTable. The ifIndex of the physical interface is used to index the bundle link table, and to create r ...
An entry in the bundle link table.
The mfrBundleLinkRowStatus object allows create, change, and delete operations on mfrBundleLink entries. The create operation must fail if no physical interface is associated with the bundle link.
The mfrBundleLinkConfigBundleIndex object allows the manager to control the bundle to which the bundle link is assigned. If no value were in this field, then the bundle would remain in NOT_READY rowStatus and be unable to go to active. With an appropria ...
The configured bundle link name that is sent to the far end.
Current bundle link state as defined by the MFR protocol described in Annex A of FRF.16.
Name of bundle link received from far end.
Name of far end bundle for this link received from far end.
Current round-trip delay for this bundle link. The value -1 is returned when an implementation does not support measurement of the bundle link delay.
Number of MFR control frames sent.
Number of valid MFR control frames received.
The number of invalid MFR control frames received.
Number of times the T_HELLO or T_ACK timers expired.
The number of times a loopback has been suspected (based upon the use of magic numbers).
The number of data MFR frames discarded because the sequence number of the frame for a DLCI was less than (delayed frame) or equal to (duplicate frame) the one expected for that DLCI. Example: Say frames with sequence numbers 56, 58, 59 is received for DL ...
The number of times that the unit has been notified by the remote peer that the bundle name is inconsistent with other bundle links attached to the far-end bundle.
Group of objects describing bundles.
Group of objects describing bundle links.

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